Jill Berelowitz was commissioned to produce a large scale public artwork in celebration of the 400th anniversary of British playwright William Shakespeare. The sculpture entitled ‘Mind’s Eye Tree’ stands at 5.5 metres in height and was recently unveiled at Shakespeare’s New Place in Stratford-upon-Avon.
In celebration of this historic commission, a limited edition scale maquette has been produced recreating the commission in superb detail. The maquette is now available for sale at the gallery.
The T5 Gallery is pleased to announce that three gallery artists will be displaying works at this year’s Chelsea Flower Show.
Michael Speller, Paul Vanstone and Lorne McKean will be showing new and existing works for the duration of the show. Visitors will have the opportunity to meet with the artists and discuss their work from Tuesday 19th until Saturday 23rd of May.
To coincide with his 2013 ‘Balance’ solo show, sculptor Michael Speller has produced a video to provide an insight in to his working process.
Michael speaks about the ideas and concepts that give life to his sculptures. He describes the intensive process of producing a bronze and the many intrinsic steps involved. From the initial concept, through the making and finally the placement of a work within the environment.
The T5 Gallery is pleased to present Paige Bradley showing with the gallery for the first time.
Paige is internationally renowned for her stunning figurative works that fuse classical nudes studies with modern forms of movement and expression. She regularly exhibits in the UK and USA and is sought for various public and private commissions.
The gallery will be showing two sculptures from Paige’s acclaimed ‘Dancers’ series and further pieces from her ‘Couples’ series and ‘Liberation’s’ series. All the works are linked through the use of a contrasting silver ‘fabric’ element, at once both binding and releasing the figures.
South African born Jill Berelowitz works between the UK and her native country and is known for her exploration of the female form.
For her newest work, Jill has created a sensuous double figure study, twisting upwards in a seamless undulating curve. Both figures, in highly polished bronze, have rich deep patination giving the artwork an almost marble like quality.
This striking sculpture is currently on display in the gallery, and further details can be requested by emailing: firstname.lastname@example.org